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Oasis: Greatest Britpop Anthems of All Time15 May, 2013 news
In a poll of NME readers to find the 'Greatest Britpop Anthems of All Time', Oasis succeeded in taking all five top spots, as follows:
1. 'Live Forever'
2. 'Don't Look Back In Anger'
4. 'Cigarettes & Alcohol'
Glasvegas: On Tour June 201307 May, 2013 news
Glasvegas return to the road in June for a string of UK dates that include shows in London and their home town of Glasgow. The band, whose third studio album, 'Later... When The TV Turns To Static' will follow in the Autumn also have a special surprise for those fans who weren't able to get to a participating store on Record Store Day and lay hands on the limited white vinyl 7" of the album title track and single track 'I'd Rather Be Dead (Than Be With You)'.
A Message From Tricky23 Apr, 2013 news
I'm making a video for a new track from the album, 'Hey Love' and I want to use photos taken by you and uploaded to Instagram.
If you want to be involved, please click the link below.
The hashtag for photos is #heytricky.
Thank you for all the support and help.
Tricky: European Tour & New Album 'False Idols'30 Mar, 2013 news
In anticipation of forthcoming album, 'False Idols', Tricky has announced a string of European shows beginning in April, with three album release shows across London, Berlin and Paris in the week before the release of the album on May 27th.
He has also unveiled a new video for the album track 'Does It', featuring Francesca Belmonte.
Glasvegas: New Single 'I'd Rather Be Dead (Than Be With You)'19 Mar, 2013 news
'I'd Rather Be Dead (Than Be With You)' is the new single from Glasvegas, released on their own Go Wow Records on 25th March.
Taken from their forthcoming album 'Later, When The TV Turns To Static'.
Noel Gallagher and Rizzle Kicks for Comic Relief11 Feb, 2013 news
Noel Gallagher and Rizzle Kicks have both been invited by Russell Brand to appear at his 'Give It Up For Comic Relief' event, at Wembley Arena in London on Wednesday 6th March.
Also Leicester Comedy Festival just voted Noel Gallagher, one of 'Britain's Wittiest Celebrities', at their recent event.
Jesus Jones on UK Tour18 Dec, 2012 news
Jesus Jones join forces with Pop Will Eat Itself and The Wonder Stuff, for a UK tour this week. Amazingly, this is the first time that all three bands have played on the same bill! Hows that for an Xmas present?
Noel Gallagher: Teenage Cancer Trust Concerts Line Up11 Dec, 2012 news
Noel Gallagher, a longstanding supporter of the charity, was asked to get involved in curating the shows by Teenage Cancer Trust patron and The Who front man, Roger Daltrey CBE. Roger, currently on tour with The Who in America has been the driving force behind the concerts which have raised over 15 million for Teenage Cancer Trust since they began in 2000.
This is the first time Roger Daltry has handed over the role of curating the series of concerts.
Tuesday 19 - Ryan Adams & Beth Orton.
Wednesday 20 - Russell Brand & Noel Fielding.
Thursday 21 - Primal Scream.
Friday 22 - Kasabian.
Saturday 23 - Noel Gallagher, and Damon Albarn & Graham Coxon.
Sunday 24 - Rizzle Kicks & Labrinth.
Glasvegas: 'The Crying Onion' Tour12 Nov, 2012 news
Glasvegas reveal a promotional video for 'The Crying Onion Tour', taking place around the UK, throughout December.
Noel Gallagher: Q Magazine Cover17 Oct, 2012 news
Noel Gallagher is the cover star of the November 2012 issue, of Q Magazine.
As the world has received to great delight - musician, producer and actor Tricky will reunite on stage with vocalist / musician Martina Topley-Bird for the first time in 15 years to perform his award-winning debut album 'Maxinquaye' in its entirety.
We are delighted to confirm that Tricky will be performing in Manchester and also coming home to the place it first ever started and the world changed, Bristol, for the first gig of his 'Maxinquaye'. This is in addition to his previously announced performance on Friday, 27th April, 2012 at the first-ever Sundance London at London's 02.
As a performer, Tricky is probably best known as a trail blazer in the Bristol trip-hop scene of the early 1990s, and his album 'Maxinquaye' helped define "The Bristol Sound." Tricky first came to the public's attention performing and co-writing on three tracks from Massive Attack's critically acclaimed and multi-platinum debut 'Blue Lines'LP (1991). Expanding on the sonic template of his fellow Bristolians, and featuring then-girlfriend Martina Topley-Bird on vocals, 'Maxinquaye' is a dark, mysterious album featuring a combination of hip-hop, soul, dub, rock and electronica. Alison Goldfrapp also featured on the track 'Pumpkin'.
Signed to Island Records, 'Maxinquaye' proved a UK top 3 album success, selling in excess of 500,000 copies worldwide. The seminal album was also a critical success being ranked number 1 on NME & Melody Maker's Top Albums of 1995 and shortlisted for the 1995 Mercury Prize. In addition, it was placed highly in Q's 100 Greatest British Albums, Mojo's 100 Modern Classics and Rolling Stone's Essential Recordings of the 90s amongst others.
my personal highlights from February:
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds UK arena tour - brilliant band, full choir, great sound and lights, classic songs. thousands singing along. what more could you want?
NME Awards show - the anti-Brit Awards night. an night to remember :)
We Are Augustines - one of the most passionate bands out there. quickly becoming a live legend. go see them, they're brilliant
looking forward to it. going to be busy. lots of new music and the odd gig too!
spent Christmas listening to the excellent Noel Gallagher and We Are Augustines debut albums.
Just heard the new Neil Halstead record. brilliant.